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Chinchilla Voted #11


Famous for its melons and a renowned spot for fishing, bushwalking and camping, the colourful town of Chinchilla is an easy 81 kilometre drive west of Dalby along the Warrego Way.Having once produced 25% of the country’s watermelons, rockmelons...
Dalby Voted #12


A taste of life as it used to be is what’s in store when you stay a while in Dalby, an easy 85 kilometres west of Toowoomba along the Warrego Way. It’s just the place to discover tranquil country landscapes, a well-preserved heritage...
Eidsvold Voted #13


Eidsvold, where the RM Williams Bush Learning Centre stands testament to the genuine pioneering spirit, character and courage of Queensland’s country folk. The centre pays tribute to the man himself, who rose from swaggie to self-made...
Emerald’s Historic Railway Station Voted #14


Emerald is the unofficial capital of the Central Highlands and indeed the Central Queensland coal industry. But more importantly, it’s a sought-after destination for travellers thanks to the modern facilities, thriving dining precinct and close...
Gin Gin Voted #15

Gin Gin

Gin Gin - gateway to the bush, barra fishing and the Bundaberg region. The main street offers a fantastic trip into yesteryear with buildings dating from the 1900's set alongside the beautified, long median strip. Gin Gin has become an international...
East Shores Water Park, Gladstone Voted #16


Gladstone is full of unexpected surprises.  The city offers an array of entertainment including the Regional Art Gallery & Museum, a huge range of premium restaurants and bars; and local history to boot with countless colonial buildings...
Macintyre River, Goondiwindi Voted #17


Sitting peacefully on the banks of the Macintyre River at the junction of five major highways, Goondiwindi is a well-established border town. Its name was derived from an Aboriginal word Goonawinna meaning “the resting place of the birds&rdquo...
Hampton Voted #18


At the top of the escarpment on the Great Dividing Range, Hampton is the picturesque village surrounded by forests and striking natural beauty. At 715 metres above sea level, it’s the heart of the high country and home to a thriving arts...
Inglewood Voted #19


Midway between Goondiwindi and Warwick on the Cunningham Highway you’ll find Inglewood, sitting peacefully on the banks of the serene Macintyre Brook. Established in 1862, this friendly country town is blessed with fertile agricultural...
Injune Voted #20


Set your bearings for adventure! Tucked at the foot of the majestic Carnavon Range, 90 kilometres north of Roma on the Great Inland Way, the thriving township of Injune is the perfect base for adventurous travellers. You're in for a friendly welcome...

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